That's so cool Wrag. I SO wish I had grabbed the one I had a chance at, silver color (my fav next to green), and had about 10,000 KM, so like 6200 miles or on it. Like new. Storage area, I had plans in my head already of getting a fuel bladder or fuel cell I could carry in the large rear middle compartment to extend the range out far enough I could ride through the mountains to BC or to Fort McMurray here in AB where there is a stretch of road where at certain times of the day there is NO fuel for 250km or so. Have a break apart 10/22 and my 14" Mossberg pump 12 gauge stored in there too. Plus get a good audio system for our helmets as the missus would be riding shotgun, and our current setup for riding together - which we haven't done in ages - is old and gimped.
I do wonder what it would handle corners like, I'm sure straight and level flying is pretty good, and simple. Not being able to lean and bring the bike right over especially in tighter turns would be a bike switch that I'll wager is pretty uncomfortable at first.
Thanks Elfie, me too.
if you can get one I recommend it! I don't think you will regret it. and cornering is kinda odd at first as it tends to push you outward.
not the bike mind you but you find yourself being pushed toward the outside of the turn... takes a bit of getting used to...
all the same the trikes are very stable and sorta just keep on keepin on... pretty smooth and even smoother with a load.
we use a cardo's when I ride with my son... we jabber away sometimes... the whole thing is enjoyable...
best wish's for ya Sir... n may God bless you and yours and keep you all safe, well, and protected.